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Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler

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Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler

I finally gave in and bought myself a Shu Uemura eyelash curler. The magic is real guys. Eyelashes on fleek! Here's a tip when you use this partner it with 2 coats of water proof mascara, dab a little loose powder and seal it again with a water proof mascara. You won't be needing any eyelash extensions for this. Try it and let me know what you think! Got this in HK for HK$ 145!

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Vivitar UW&S 35mm Camera

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Vivitar UW&S 35mm Camera

My constant companion since 2006! The Vivitar UW&S film camera is light and easy to use. You literally just have to point and shoot. So if you want a quick, fun and easy to use 35mm companion this camera is the way to go! I got mine years ago for Php 800 and you can get one from Snapnook for Php 1500.  

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Clio Brow Tattoo

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Clio Brow Tattoo

The Clio Kill Brow tinted tattoo pen mascara is my current fave. I only learned how to fix my brows this year haha so this is a hassle free applicator perfect for beginners! I got it in the shade dark brown. Not too dark and can still be edited using your fingers, a brush or a spoolie. Got this from BeautyMNL for Php 800 (more or less!). I don't use the brow mascara since it's too heavy and dark to apply.

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Chami Approved Series

Chami Approved Series

I started a new series on my Intagram stories called "Chami Approved" and the feedback has been amazing! So I tried to expand my posts and have it uploaded on my IG feed so that I'll be able to post more photos. I will be posting them here too since I want a more detailed narrative on some posts because Instagram has a word count limit too. I usually recommend the things that I like and love -- any product, service, event, location, country, etc. all these are 100% used, loved and highly approved by me. :) To get first dibs...

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Where to Buy Film Cameras

Where to Buy Film Cameras

I've been fascinated with film cameras back in 2006 when fisheye lenses were a thing. I started playing with lomo cams and eventually transitioned to old point and shoot 35mm cameras. Back then it was easy to have films developed, processed, scanned and shipped thanks to Digiprint x LBC.  I have quite a handful cameras in my collection now and my ultimate goal is to be able to afford and acquire a 35mm Leica camera (price range: $500 to $1000!!). Well actually, film cams are quite pricey now compared to how they were sold before. Back then, my mom even got...

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